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Former Sheriff's Captain Who Testified Against Lee Baca Sentenced To 9 Months In Prison

William "Tom" Carey had testified against ex-sheriff Lee Baca in May. [ more › ]

The Latest: Ex-LA sheriff says sentencing was 'interesting'

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Latest on the sentencing of former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca (all times local):

Former LA County Sheriff Lee Baca sentenced to 3 years in prison for obstruction

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Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca has been sentenced to three years in prison for obstructing an FBI investigation into abuses at the jails he ran.

Judge: Corrupt ex-LA sheriff's crimes an 'embarrassment'

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — The effort by former Los Angeles Sheriff Lee Baca and his underlings to derail an FBI investigation into beatings in the jails he ran was dubbed Operation Pandora's Box.

Essential California: Ex-L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca gets 3 years in jail corruption scandal

Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It is Saturday, May 13. Here’s what you don’t want to miss this weekend: TOP STORIES Baca heads to jail: Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca, once a towering, respected figure in policing, was sentenced Friday to three years...

The prosecutor who took down Lee Baca calls it a day

Brandon Fox, the government lawyer who won convictions against several Los Angeles Sheriff's Department officials, is stepping down.

Ex-Los Angeles Sheriff Lee Baca Is Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison

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The former leader of the country’s largest sheriff’s department, Mr. Baca was convicted in March of obstructing a federal investigation into the county’s troubled jails.

Former LA Sheriff Sentenced to 3 Years in Federal Prison

A longtime Los Angeles County sheriff was sentenced to three years in federal prison Friday by a judge who accused him of "blind obedience to a corrupt culture," the AP reports. According to KABC, Lee Baca, who served as sheriff for 15 years, was found guilty of obstructing justice for...

Former LA Sheriff Lee Baca Finally Learns His Sentence for Conspiracy, Obstruction

“In the end, that is your legacy." The post Former LA Sheriff Lee Baca Finally Learns His Sentence for Conspiracy, Obstruction appeared first on RedState.

Former Los Angeles sheriff gets three years in obstruction scheme

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Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca was sentenced to three years in prison on Friday after his conviction in March on federal charges stemming from a scheme to derail an FBI investigation into corruption at his department. Baca, 74, who retired in 2014 when the investigation was already...

Former Sheriff Lee Baca defiant to the end, even after prison sentence

Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca remained defiant after his sentencing Friday morning, telling reporters outside the courthouse that he was in the right for actions he took in 2011 for which he will now serve a three-year prison term. “There is right and wrong, that I’m clear with,” said...

Former LA sheriff sentenced in jail corruption case

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Prosecutors said Lee Baca, 74, had turned a blind eye to problems at his jails, including beatings by guards who covered up the abuse by falsifying records

Former LA County Sheriff Lee Baca sentenced to 3 years in jail abuse scandal

Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca was sentenced to three years in federal prison Friday, two months after a jury found him guilty of obstruction of justice and other charges stemming from an FBI probe into inmate abuse inside the Men's Central Jail. U.S. District Court Judge Percy Anderson handed down the sentence inside a federal courtroom in downtown Los Angeles.

The Latest: Former LA County sheriff gets 3 years in prison

The Latest on the sentencing of former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca (all times local): 10:09 a.m. Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca has been sentenced to three … Click to Continue »

Ex-L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca sentenced to three years in prison in jail corruption scandal

Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca has been sentenced to three years in prison, marking an end to a corruption scandal that has roiled the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department for several years. In going after Baca, federal prosecutors meticulously worked their way up the department’s...

Judgment day for convicted ex-Sheriff Lee Baca, and the end of a long-running scandal

The corruption scandal that has roiled the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department for several years will mark what could be its closing act Friday when a judge is scheduled to sentence former Sheriff Lee Baca. Over five years, federal prosecutors meticulously worked their way up the department’s...

The warning signs L.A. County missed when voters reelected Sheriff Lee Baca

Lee Baca will be sentenced Friday morning for lying to federal officials and conspiring to obstruct an FBI investigation into the corruption and brutality that plagued the agency he presided over as Los Angeles County sheriff. For 15 years, Baca headed the largest sheriff’s department in the world....

Sheriff who ran LA jails faces prison time for impeding FBI

Former Los Angeles Sheriff Lee Baca is relying on a lifetime of public service, letters of support ranging from ex-governors to ex-cons, and his diagnosis of Alzheimer's in a bid … Click to Continue »

Federal prosecutors seek two-year prison term for convicted former Sheriff Lee Baca

Federal prosecutors will seek to put former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca in prison for two years when he is sentenced next month for obstructing a probe into abuses at county jails, according to court documents. In an 11-page document filed Monday, federal prosecutors said they took Baca’s...

Prosecutors back off 4-year sentence for ex-Sheriff Lee Baca

Federal prosecutors say former Sheriff Lee Baca should be sentenced to more than four years in federal prison, but because of his age and mental condition, a two-year sentence is recommended, they wrote in court documents filed Mond...

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